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1 On My Blackboard I Can Draw KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA CLASS:II SUB:ENGLISH I.New words: Gates Wide Lead ChimneyP Marigolds Straight II.Writethe Rhyming words: Wide-Inside Bright-Straight Tall-Wall III.Write the words which starts by D Draw Door Donkey Dog December IV.Make some words from the given words Black Board Road Card Lock Blackboard

2 V.Draw the picture for the given words: Window Door Chimney Wall

3 VI.Using the pictures as clues fill in the blanks: He is as busy as a Bee Raj is as slow as a Snail This pen is as light as a Feather My hair is as black as Sky My teeth is as white as Milk

4 VI.Answer the following questions: 1.How many windows does the house have in this poem? The house has five windows in this poem. 2.How many chimneys does the house have? The house has four chimneys 3.Where do the marigolds grow? The marigolds grow against the wall.

5 STD :IIWorksheet-1SUB:English KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA I.Read the poem carefully and answer the following questions: On my blackboard I can draw One little house with one green door Two brown gates that open wide Three red steps that lead inside Four little chimneys painted white Five little windows shinning bright Six yellow marigolds straight and tall Growing up against the wall 1.What is the colour of the door? 2.How many gates are there in this poem? 3.Which is shining bright? 4.Describe:Marigolds 5.Which is growing up against the wall? II.Change from singular to plural by adding ies City- Library- Country- Duty- Cry-

6 III.Match the following : Honeybee -Light Feather -Slow Snail -Busy IV.Create the given picture as Happy and Sad Happy Sad V.Draw your dream house and colour it:

7 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA STD :II Worksheet-2 SUB:English I.Look at the pictures and Write their names: -

8 II.Colour the given picture: III.Speak about : My house

9 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA Make It Shorter STD:II SUB:ENGLISH I.New words: Order Rub Puzzle Erase Court II.Makethe new words from the given words by adding er Short-Shorter Bright-Brighter Dark-Darker Light-Lighter Big-Bigger Fast-Faster III.Writethepasttence for the given words Order-Ordered Make-Made Rub-Rubbed Look-Looked

10 IV.Draw the pictures for the given comments: Big Bigger Small Smaller Long Longer

11 V.Makesome words from the given clues: c COULD w OULD WOULD SH SHOULD IV.Answer the following What didakbar order one day? OnedayAkbarorderedtomake a line shorter without rubbing any part of it 2.What did each minister do? Each minister looked at the line and were puzzled. 3.How did Birbal make the line shorter? Birbal drew a longer line below the first one.

12 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA,GANGHIGRAM,DINDIGUL Cycle Test-5 STD:II SUB:ENGLISH I.NEW WORDS: II.Opposites:(5x1=5) 1.Tiny x 2.For x 3.Hard x 4.Right x 5.Wake x III.Write the Rhyming words:(5x1=5) 1.Man- 2.Race- 3.Mouse- 4.Ever- 5.Yet-

13 IV.Drawazig-zag line:(1x1=1) V.Add no some every any to the word bodyto make new words body body body body VI.WritetheMrand Mrs to the correct names:(5x1=5) 1. Priya 2. Rajan 3.. Sumathi 4.. Kumar 5.. Latha

14 VII.Answer the following 1.Who is Mr.Nobody? 2.Who lived in the cottage in the forest? 3.What did Curlylocks see on the table? 4.Who is Curlylocks?

15 CLASS: II KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, GANDHIGRAM, DINDIGUL. POEM I AM THE MUSIC MAN I. New words: Musicman Faraway Play Piano Drum Boom II.Make the sentences from the given words: SUB: ENGLISH Piano Somia is learning to play the piano. Musicman I like to see the Music man. III.Arrange the given sentences in correct order: 1. Can play i 2. man the music I am IV.Make sentences using words from the table: A farmer sings In films A singer acts songs An actor plays In fields A musician works songs Ans 1. A farmer works in fields. 2. A singer sings songs

16 3. An actor acts in films. 4. A musician plays songs. V.Change these words from singular to plural. Bench-benches Brush-brushes Glass-glasses Box-boxes Bus-buses VI.Answer the following: 1. What are the two instrumentsthat the music can play? Drum, Piano 2. Where does the musician come from? The musician comes from far away. VI. Draw the picture of drum

17 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, GANDHIGRAM, DINDIGUL. LESSON The Mumbai Musicians CLASS:II I. New words: Tired Musicians Peep Delicious Ghosts Scare II.Write the Opposite gender: SUB:ENGLISH Uncle-Aunt III.Write the Opposites Mother-Father King-Queen Man-Woman Grandfather-Grandmother Join x Break Take x Give Like x Unlike Inside x Outside IV.Writethemeaning for the given words: Set off-start a Journey Delicious-Very tasteful Scare -Frighten Ghosts-A spirit

18 V.Write the Cries of Animals: Dog-Barks Cat-Mews Cock-Crows VI. Write: i Sound words: Lip,Tip, Pin, Bin, Tip, Lid VII.Join the given words and make the compound words: News +Paper=Newspaper School +Bag=Schoolbag

19 Tooth +Paste=Toothpaste Neck +Lace=Necklace? Some+One=Someone VIII.Match themusical Instrument to their names: -Flute -Tabla -Dholak

20 VIII.Answer the following: 1. Why did the farmer tell Goopu to see the world? The farmer told goopu to see the world because he became old. 2. Whydid Goopu,Doopu and Furry want to go to Mumbai? They wanted to become a musician. 3. Who is Goopu? Goopu is a donkey. 4. Why did the people in the house run away? The people heard the sound to scare themselves.

21 KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA, GANDHIGRAM, DINDIGUL FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT -3 SUB:ENGLISH I.Makesome words from the given clues: MARK:40 c w OULD SH II. Make sentences using words from the table: A farmer sings In films A singer acts songs An actor plays In fields A musician works songs III.Write the Opposite gender: Mother- Uncle- King- Man- Grandfather-

22 IV.Change these words from singular to plural. Bench- Brush- Glass- Box- Bus- V.Match the Musical Instrument to their names: -Flute -Tabla -Dholak VI. Write: i Sound words:

23 VII.WritetheMrand Mrs to the correct names:(5x1=5) 1. Priya 2. Rajan 3.. Sumathi 4.. Kumar 5.. Latha Join the given words and make the compound words: News +Paper= School +Bag= Tooth +Paste= Neck +Lace=? Some +One=

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